In today’s news round-up, has been made media partner for INTERPOL World 2015, taking place in Singapore on 14-16 April. The event will serve as a catalyst to identify, develop and drive security initiatives for real world security situations across four key domains, including Border Management, Cyber Security, Safe Cities and Supply Chain Security. In application news, Access Control Technology has been chosen to help secure the Tunbridge Wells Hospital in Kent. The IP-addressable system includes proximity readers and door controllers alongside ACT’s management software.

In events news, Counter Terror Expo 2014 has released a list of its premium exhibitors including CEIA  S.p.A, Dynasystems, Explora Security, Land Rover, and Northrop Grumman. Over in Germany, ASUSTOR Inc. is showcasing its unique series of NAS devices at CeBIT 2014.  On display will be two brand new rackmount models from ASUSTOR’s 7 series. Finally, Cobham Broadcast’s Nano HD transmitter has been successfully deployed by Airfilms Productions with its unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) for a range of high profile events in the Middle East. Read more security news…


In today’s news round-up, Cassidian has been awarded a contract to develop and supply a TETRA pager for German security authorities and organisations. More than 50,000 professional and volunteer firefighters and other rescue and relief forces in Hessen will be equipped with the new terminal from Cassidian. In events news, QNAP systems will unveil its business-class Turbo NAS solutions at CeBIT 2013, which closes this Saturday, 9th March.

In other events news, the Minister of State for Immigration, Mark Harper, will provide the keynote address for this year’s World BORDERPOL Congress 2013. In corporate news, Axis Communications has welcomed Atul Rajput as its new Regional Director for Northern Europe. Finally, Kings Security has installed a Facewatch system at its alarm receiving and remote video receiving centre to provide real-time reporting of incidents. Read more security news…



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